In the past few decades, Kunstmuseum Winterthur has established a collection of recent American art, which is now shown throughout the entire museum. The title of the exhibition names Alexander Calder and Ellsworth Kelly: American artists,...Show More Summary
Summer shows at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center are open through Aug. 13. An exhibition of prints by Belgian photographer Carl De Keyzer of scenes in North Korea and Cuba consists of 60 large-scale photos on display on the museum's third floor. Show More Summary
The Butler Institute of American Art in cooperation with L.A. Louver of Venice, CA presents an exhibition from one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. David Hockney: Yosemite which includes 8 iPad drawings depicting...Show More Summary
Steinberg as she appeared in Marvel What If #11. Art by Jack Kirby. Flo Steinberg, one of the earliest Marvel employees and an American indie comics icon, has passed away. When Marvel Comics began, she and Stan Lee were the company's...Show More Summary
Bidsquare welcomes The Coeur d'Alene Art Auction back for its annual Western and American Art auction. The only place to bid online for the sale is exclusively on Bidsquare. Coeur d'Alene joins Copley Fine Art Auctions this month on Bidsquare, both houses, along with many others, bring rare and fresh to market works to the auction block. Show More Summary
It was just last night that we stayed up late to share with you guys the news that AMERICAN HORROR STORY Season 7 had been given its official title of AHS: CULT. I gave my thoughts on the new title (I thought it was always AHS: ELECTION) in that post, but quite simply, I don't dig it. Show More Summary
he inspiration for fashion design comes from a limitless number of sources including animals, flowers, and people. But this year, students at Miami International University (MIU) of Art & Design used an American cultural icon for their swim week fashion show: McDonald's.
The first American museum retrospective of the least-known — and maybe the best — of the Viennese modernists, who briefly painted like no one else.
"The Dorothea and Leo Rabkin Foundation made a splash in the world of art criticism and journalism this week, announcing a new annual prize that offers American art writers who write for general audiences (rather than academic readers) a $50,000 unrestricted grant in recognition of their work. The grant matches the highest awards given by […]
Irish Playwright Oscar Wilde defied Aristotle’s memorable mimesis: Art imitates Life. In his 1889 essay The Decay of Lying, Wilde opined that, “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life.” Jackson Pollock, the American painter, aesthetically rejected both philosophies as facile. Show More Summary
The exhibition is built on a triad of traditional painting genres: still life, landscape, and portraiture. The post The ICA at Maine College of Art Presents American Genre: Contemporary Painting, Curated by Michelle Grabner appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Everyone knows what a logo is, but few people understand what a logo does. Iconic American art director and graphic designer Paul Rand once said, “a logo is a flag, a signature, an escutcheon, a street sign. A logo does not sell (directly), it identifies.” Rand’s words are as relevant as ever in the age of…more
Winslow Homer - The Four-Leaf Clover  by Gandalf’s Gallery Via Flickr: [Detroit Institute of Arts - Oil on canvas, 36.2 x 51.7 cm] Winslow Homer (February 24, 1836 – September 29, 1910) was an American landscape painter and printmaker, best known for his marine subjects.
The Vancouver Art Gallery is presenting Stephen Shore: The Giverny Portfolio, on view until October 1, 2017. Stephen Shore: The Giverny Portfolio features twenty-five photographs by contemporary American photographer Stephen Shore produced during several visits to Impressionist painter Claude Monet?s famous gardens at Giverny, France. Show More Summary
It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more airplane art. This week taxing at Chicago O’Hare International Airport is an American Airlines Boeing 767-300ER with Winglets as it prepares to head off for a long haul destination....Show More Summary
My new favorite thing to do when I’m on the couch watching American Ninja Warrior (which, by the way, I’m weirdly obsessed with): texting the SF MOMA for art. Yes, this is a thing! Apparently, the SF MOMA has sooooo much art in their...Show More Summary
There was a time when children of Mexican descent were slapped if they spoke Spanish in school. As Toni Gomez walked through an exhibit at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes on a recent afternoon, she saw a reference to Malabar Street Elementary in Boyle Heights — and remembered that her mother, Ines,...
The Awakening by Henry Mayer is considered one of the finest pieces of political art of the 20th-century and is often mentioned as the most beautiful of the "suffrage maps." American women earned the vote from west to east before the right became federal law. (more…)
If you’re stuck in town without a beach to go to, the Hélio Oiticica retrospective, “To Organize Delirium,” at the Whitney Museum of American Art, might seem like the perfect summer show, because it brings its Brazilianness with it, some restless hippie-hammock sense of bright-colored, beautiful-boy-immersive romantic hijinx. It even ... More »
Each of the ballet's sections is said to represent one of the art form's great stylistic schools: French ("Emeralds"), American ("Rubies") and Russian ("Diamonds”). Marina Harss talks with stars from the companies that embody those schools - the Paris Opera Ballet, New York City Ballet, and the Bolshoi Ballet - about Jewels, which they'll be […]